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Page 30 text:
The remaining games on the schedule are as follows: December 23, Alumni here; January 8, Branford here; January 15, at Derby; January 16, Milford here: January 22, at Seymour; January 23, East Haven here; January 26, Shelton here; January 29, at Stratford; February 2, Stratford here; February 5, at Branford; February 9, at Milford; February 11, Derby here; February 19, Seymour here; February 20, at Shelton.
Stanley Bellows, ’37
Jean Mansfield was married on October 31 to Mr. Whitney Cobb of Elsie, Michigan.
Daniel Kumnick, a graduate of Pequod Business School, Meriden, is bookkeeper and stenographer in the offices of the Wallingford Coal and Lumber Company.
Fred Shipke is assistant football coach at the Roxbury Preparatory School in Cheshire.
Robert Boyd is president of Delta Upsilon at Tufts College.
Miss Lydia Hall has been selected one of eight seniors in the department of zoology at Mount Holyoke College to do honor work during the present academic year.
Lois Dunn is now organist at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Charles Riordan, freshman at Wesleyan, has been pledged to Delta Tau Delta.
Miss Dorothea Bahner has been selected permanent accompanist for New Britain Teachers’ College in their frequent broadcasts.
John Heath, a freshman at Wesleyan, has been pledged to Alpha Chi Rho.
In the October number of the magazine Leisure there is an article entitled One Hobby for Nine Years, telling of William Brinley’s hobby. There is also a picture of William and a part of his model circus.
Those who are attending college are Carolyn Anthony, Ebba Carlson, Connecticut State College; Philip Balletto, Julius Simon, Connecticut College of Pharmacy; Lois Barnes, May Crookes, Women’s College of the University of North Carolina; Anne Berdofsky, New Haven Normal School; John Fitzgerald, Edward Canelli, Meriden Trade School; Barbara Caines, Teachers’ College, Fredericksburg, West Virginia; Paul Dickerman, Ernest Lendler, Dartmouth; Almon Hall, Syracuse University; Douglas Maltby, Mount Hermon; Barbara Tomlinson, Larson Business School; Robert Andrews, Casey Jones’ School of Aeronautics; James Shortell, Oglethorpe University.
Page 29 text:
Sorely lacking experienced and heavy players, Lyman Hall’s football team barely plodded through four defeats before it wound up its schedule with a 6-0 win over Stratford High in a second period surprise play. Only two of the five games were played at Simpson Field and the winning contest was played in Stratford.
The indomitable spirit of Captain Joseph Kristan was highly effective in upholding the team’s morale.
Fortunately only one severe accident occurred, and that was in the alumni game when Ernest LaCroix received a broken leg. No score was kept of this game, which was terminated immediately after the injury.
The records of the season’s games follow:
Lyman Hall 0 Milford 7
Lyman Hall 0 Shelton . ... 20
Lyman Hall 0 Branford ... 25
Lyman Hall 6 Derby ... 28
Lyman Hall 6 Stratford . . . 0
Totals ... 12 80
All games are being played in the high-school gymnasium this year, a transfer from the State Armory because of the decreasing attendance during the past few seasons. By the time this is read, the Orangemen will have played five games, and their ability on the court will be possibly a known fact.
Four teams are new on our schedule this year, East Haven, Woodrow Wilson, Watertown, and New Britain Trade. Nineteen games are listed on the schedule, eight of which are to be played out of town. As usual the important games will be played with Housatonic League opponents.
Page 31 text:
Those working are Edward Angelo, Wallingford Central Market; Charlotte Cooper, Hall Brothers; Rose Dighello, Robert Griffin, Yvonne L’Ecuyer, Woolworth’s; Norman Perrault, Saunders’; Enid Sherwood, Mary Kuczo, Robert McKeon, Mae Gallagher, Francis Sabota, H. L. Judd Company; William Thewlis, Atlantic and Pacific Company; Frank Wieland, J. J. Newberry Company; Joseph Sabo, Wallingford Steel Company; Richard Gadd, Charles Nolan, Wallace’s.
The Lookout — Derby High School
Your paper presents a very finished and professional appearance and the literature is fine, but why not have more jokes?
Argus — Gardner High School
Your jokes are exceptionally good, and your poems add wonderfully to the literature section.
The Blue Owl — Attleboro High School
Your cartoons are very entertaining, and you are to be complimented on the completeness of your news.
Killonian — Killingly High School
Your article on men’s dress was very good and the movie and book reviews are excellent.
Windham Croakings — Windham High School
Taken altogether yours is a very fine and interesting paper. More stories, however, would improve your paper.
The Artisan - Meriden High School
Your paper is one of the best arranged ones we have.
The Brown and White Stonington High School
Yours is one of the best papers we have received. Your Who’s Who is good.
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6. There're Two Sides to Every Story — Mr. Patten
7. Can I Be Wrong?- Joe Kristan
8. Empty Saddles — Mary Ann and Nancy
9. Dixie — Lulu DeFilippo
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